Georgia picks up another in-state recruit with the addition of William “Powell” Brooks.
Megan Bestor will aptly fill the butterfly/backstroke role for Rich DeSelm’s Tar Heels after the graduation of the likes of Katie Nolan.
Ohio, Ohio State, and Notre Dame have all grabbed verbal commitments from significant prospects.
Kyle Coan could be the next freestyle star for the Cal Golden Bears.
The Kentucky men have picked up two more verbal commitments for their class of 2014.
Washington State Champion Chase Bubiltz has verbally committed to Minnesota.
Seen here at the 2013 Maccabiah Games with 6’1″ Andi Murez, left, Leah Goldman has committed to swim for Duke.
The Harvard men have picked up a verbal commitment from a top-level breaststroker.
The North Carolina Tar Heels have picked up a big recruit that is about a perfect fit for their team.
The Stanford men’s class is quickly catching up on their top-ranked women’s squad.
Wesley Olmsted from High Tide Aquatics brings a great level of balance to the Stanford men’s class so far.
The Virginia Cavaliers have added another very good middle-distance freestyler to their long legacy of that.
Danielle Nack has committed to her home-state university, Minnesota, bringing them the best sprint butterflier in the class.
Curtis Ogren won’t go far from home for college, having verbally committed to Stanford.
The Louisville Cardinal have picked up a distance recruit that should serve them very well when they join the ACC in the fall of 2014.